Question: Before the Second World War, Germany introduced a lot of restrictions for Jews living there, and still they did not want to leave. Today when I read your posts in which you urge the Jews to unite because otherwise it will be worse for them, I think, if they did not feel anything even then, today it seems ridiculous.
On the other hand, I understand why the Jews did not want to come to Israel because it wasn’t sweet here either: Arabs, pogroms, dry, barren land. And if you were a successful lawyer or industrialist there, why would you come here? To engage in farming?
Answer: We will never be able to understand those times. And for the future it will not help, stop, or teach.
Question: What do you hope for when you talk about unification? Do you have a plan?
Answer: I have a plan to inspire all Jews in the world to unite among themselves, to show this example to the whole world! We are already living in a completely different era, and not in the one when the Jews had to flee Germany.
We don’t have to move anywhere today. We need to strive spiritually toward a common goal, toward common unity, and to bring all of humanity along with us. This is a completely different era, a different goal, a different period.
For more on this topic, read my books Like a Bundle of Reeds: why unity and mutual guarantee are today’s call of the hour, and The Jewish Choice: Unity or Anti-Semitism, Historical facts on anti-Semitism as a reflection of Jewish social discord.
From KabTV’s “Systematic Analysis of the Development of the People of Israel” 8/12/19